Chef’s flying visit is blooming great

Sheffield chef Tessa Bramley from the Old Vicarage at Ridgeway is among top Yorkshire chefs who cooked at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Sheffield chef Tessa Bramley from the Old Vicarage at Ridgeway is among top Yorkshire chefs who cooked at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
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MICHELIN-starred Sheffield chef Tessa Bramley flew the flag for Yorkshire when she put in a guest appearance at the Chelsea Flower Show.

TV chef Tessa, from the Old Vicarage in Ridgeway, was one of a delegation of Yorkshire chefs who visited the annual Royal Horticultural Show in London.

The aim was to promote Yorkshire’s culinary expertise to those who may not know what it has to offer.

Tessa was joined by Frances Atkins from the Yorke Arms, at Ramsgill-in-Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, James MacKenzie, of The Pipe and Glass, South Dalton, East Yorkshire and Steve Smith, from The Devonshire Arms, in Skipton, North Yorkshire.

Featured among the gardening award winners were Doncaster Deaf Trust which was presented with a silver gilt medal for its urban garden.

The urban garden was designed by Graham Bodle, and will be enjoyed after the event by the students and staff at the Doncaster Deaf College when it is rebuilt in the grounds.